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Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2022. 8:03 pm CST.

Picture Courtesy: Iguana Creek Bridge FB page

By Zoila Palma Gonzalez: Today, the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) issued an update on the flooding situation, including the state of critical roads and bridges across the country.

The Iguana Creek Bridge at the entrance to Spanish Lookout and the San Ignacio/ Santa Elena low-lying wooden bridge remain closed to vehicular traffic.

The Gracie Rock Hammock Bridge and the Xunantunich and the Baking Pot ferries also remain closed due to flooding.

The Santa Familia/Branch Mouth and Calla Creek roads are now accessible after the new culverts were installed and the road repaired.

NEMO noted that the ATM Cave bridge was washed away.

The Hopkins/Sittee River bypass road is impassable and only high vehicles can access Monkey River Town by road.

NEMO continues its assessment of the situation across the country.

 

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